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"U.S. GOV'T CREATED THE AIDS VIRUS"

WORLD NEWS EXCLUSIVE

Kate McClare

SAN DIEGO -- The U.S. government created the deadly AIDS virus as a way of wiping out blacks and other minorities around the world, says a researcher who's fought for 10 years to bring his eye-opening charge to light.

Boyd E. Graves, a lawyer and graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, says he has "irrefutable evidence of the United States' secret plan to cull world populations by unleashing a stealth biological microorganism."

Graves insists the AIDS virus was developed in an ultrasecret government project called the Special Virus Program.

"We believe HIV is the product of intent. We believe AIDS is the product of design,"  he said in a telephone interview last month from New York City, before addressing the Black African Holocaust Conference.

According to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, African-Americans account for 38 percent of all AIDS cases in this country -- yet they represent only 12 percent of the population. And the disease has attacked millions of people in Africa, which has suffered from the pandemic more than anywhere else in the world.

AIDS is one of the most important weapons in the government arsenal of biological terrorism, declares Graves. He has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in San Diego demanding an open review of the facts he's uncovered, including the two most shocking elements:

- A Special Virus Flow Chart that details the government's "coordinated research program to develop a cancer virus that depletes the immune system."

- A photograph of a manmade virus that's virtually identical to the AIDS virus.

Yet this photograph was shot in 1971 -- 14 years before the known AIDS virus was discovered.

Graves also has documents from government and scientific leaders, which reveal sinister intentions on the part of scientists and government leaders.

A 1948 memo from a top State Department official, for instance, urges colleagues to "get on with the task of dealing with the burgeoning populations of the Third World."

For those who think the U.S. government would never do such a terrible thing to any of its people, Graves offers as evidence the horrendous revelations about the Tuskeegee Project.

In that infamous program, which began in 1932, government researchers secretly infected black men with syphilis so they could study the disease -- even after a cure had been found.

"Between 1964 and 1978, the secret federal virus program spent $550 million of taxpayer money to invent AIDS," Graves writes on his site:

"It is now necessary to spend whatever it takes to dismantle an invention that has led to the greatest crime against humanity in the history of the world."

There's more in the current January 7, 2003 Newsstand Issue of World News on sale now!


For more information, see The Strecker Memorandum.

 

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